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Jordan 1996 and 1997
New articles will here appear at regular intervals.
Do you have a question for the Thrust SSC Team about this project, other projects, history of the LSR, or indeed any other aspect of record-breaking? Then ask us by emailing individual team members.
Mail boxes are checked regularly and we will publish the answers to all your questions for other club members to share.
In this section of the Club pages, we are proud to publish articles submitted by Club members.
Gold Card member Michael Dempsey just can't keep away from Farnborough.
This time he was persuaded to help out on the Press Day on August 13th. Read
what he thought of the day in ....
Postscript - Michael Dempsey
Michael Dempsey came to the Gold Members Lunch, and got more stuffing than expected!
Find out why in ...
The Great Stuffing - Michael Dempsey
Club member Graham Pike didn't bargain for his wife Joan getting so enthusiastic during
the auction at a recent Open Day. Read what he has to say in ...
The Daily Telegraph Mach 1 Club Open Day - Graham Pike
Gold Card members, Stanley and Clive Tucker visited ThrustSSC in Jordan in May 1997.
Here is there version of the events of the first week in ...
Mad Dogs and Mach 1 Men - Stanley and Clive Tucker
Barbie reports on the preparations for the second departure to Jordan in ...
Packing for Jordan 2 - Barbie McSean
Barbie McSean helped out again at the Mach 1 Club Open Day on Sunday 27th April.
She shares her experiences of the day in ...
Au revoir, but not Goodbye! - Barbie McSean
Barbie McSean lets us have her view of the Press Day on April 24th 1997
Her report is in ...
Early one Morning - Barbie McSean
Gold member Michael Dempsey helped out at the Press Day at Farnborough on
April 24th 1997. Read his personal view in ...
Press Day - April 24th - Michael Dempsey
Barbie has been writing again! This time, our roving reporter has been to the
Tomorrow's World Live! Exhibition at the NEC. Her report is in ...
SSC at Tomorrow's World Live! - Barbie McSean
Barbie McSean's latest report is about the Gold Members Evening on March 15th 1997.
Read what she says about Robin in ...
The Unveiling of Supersonic Black - Barbie McSean
Barbie McSean came to visit ThrustSSC at Farnborough and went home with more than she
expected! See how she got on in ...
The Auction - Barbie McSean
The 1997 Mach 1 Club Open Days at Farnborough have begun. Read all about
Mach 1 Club Open Day - P8.R Shed, Farnborough - 26th January 1997 - Nick Chapman
Gold Card member Anthony Edwards volunteered to help the team to prepare
for the press day at Farnborough. Read about his day in
Helping Hands - Anthony Edwards
Club founder, Robin Richardson logs his personal view of the Gold members' day on
August 26th 1996: in the latest article
Getting Ready to Rumble! - Robin Richardson
Gold Card member Robin Sharman tells us about the
day that Gold members were invited to Farnborough to see how the Thrust SSC testing programme
Gold Members' Shakedown runs day - Robin Sharman
The following article was sent to us by Sean Clarke, who attended
the Club Open Day at Fontwell on March 10th 1996.
A personal view of the Thrust SSC project by a Mach 1 member - Sean Clarke
We invite Mach 1 Club members to send us articles written by yourself on ThrustSSC or a related topic. We will publish the best ones from time to time. Please send your articles to email@example.com
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